5 Signs of Lack of Nutrition in Hair

Hair is one part of our body that is prone to problems. This usually happens because we realize that the condition of our hair is often not very noticeable.

Hair damage is a number of conditions that may occur and are caused by various factors such as the environment, chemicals, and improper care. A number of these conditions can cause hair to lose its natural oils.

Although not felt, this hair problem can actually be seen very clearly. This condition can be a serious concern since this hair problem begins to appear vaguely.

A number of signs can appear on the hair when there is a lack of nutrition. Reporting from Healthshots, here are a number of signs that appear on the hair when it is experiencing a condition of lack of nutrition.

Hair loss

This condition of hair loss can occur due to poor hair health. Too much …

Fruit for eye health

The eye is the window to the heart. Thus the saying goes. It is true, from our eyes can represent all the flavors that exist. The look in the eyes means that even humans can communicate only through eye contact. The eye is also unable to hide a lie. What a great function of the eye besides being able to show us the beauty of the world. But do you know what is good for the eyes? Yes, the eyes need to be healthy and we will talk about the benefits of fruit for eye health.

7 Foods That Boost Your Eye Health | First Eye Care DFW

Besides being delicious to eat fruit, it refreshes the body as well as makes the body healthy, it also has millions of other benefits

one of them is to enhance eye health. How can? Yes, in various types of fruit contained a component of dyes called beta carotene. Beta carotene can activate pro vitamin …

Problem Skin Got You Down? Try These Ideas!

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From pills to pads, the store shelves are full up of products that are supposedly ,designed to help you get rid of blemishes and all-around bad skin. Do any of them actually work? Here is some must-know acne information that will help you keep clear and healthy skin.

Prevent acne and dull skin by washing your face each night before you go to bed

Use a gentle cleanser to remove dirt, oil and makeup before turning in for the night. This allows your skin to breathe, repairing itself and healing damage so that when you wake up it will look refreshed and revitalized.

Nobody enjoys getting a blackhead. They look terrible and, sometimes, just plain hurt. Resist the urge to scratch or pick at them. Instead, use astringents and keep the area clean with facial soap and water. You can also mix 1 tsp of baking soda with water. Apply …

THERE IS A FOOD INCREASING THE CHILDREN’S BODY RESISTANCE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Food is not only aimed at eliminating hunger. Content in food also needs to be considered so that the body gets the nutrients it needs. In addition, food can also help to increase endurance. The choice of food is needed so that the food consumed does not cause pain in children.

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Children generally have a lower body resistance than adults. So that food and snacks consumed should have a good content to help increase body resistance.

Fruit with a high content of vitamin C

Vitamin C has a function that can help improve the immune system. It is suspected that vitamin C works by increasing the formation of white blood cells. Fruits that contain high levels of vitamin C, such as oranges and lemons. Vitamin C intake is needed every day because the body cannot form itself or store it.

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How Much Protein Is In An Egg White?

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Talk about adding protein to our daily meals and egg is the first thing that comes to mind; especially when it can be enjoyed as so many scrumptious breakfast options like omelettes, scrambled, boiled or par-boiled and even poached. Indians have gone a little more creative and added curry to our boiled eggs to make a delicious egg-curry or simply made a masala egg bhurji using this versatile ingredient. But, other than its good taste, egg is also known for its health promoting properties. Egg whites are a cholesterol-free and a low-fat way to add a dash of protein in your diet; even those who have cardiovascular issues can enjoy it as their everyday breakfast meal.

How Much Protein Is In Egg Whites?

While egg yolks contain the most protein content, egg whites are no less. According to Ritesh Bawri, Nutritionist and Physiologist, “An egg yolk (per 100 grams) has

Health Benefits Of Olives

Health and fitness magazines cover quite a lot of topics together with physical health and well-being, nutrition, magnificence, power, bodybuilding, and weight training.

Witty, insightful and informative, with professional contributors and the newest analysis, this is a source that you may belief – and more importantly, that tells it as it is. Fanzines are quite a bit like all of those earlier publications, usually produced at home and copied for distribution at places like FedEx Kinko’s. When the Internet turned standard, a bigger array of art and clip art grew to become accessible for these covers and pages. Some have turn into on-line magazines via YouTube.Health Magazine

When to Expect Your First Issue: Magazine subscriptions ordered at are shipped to you by the magazine’s writer. The first problem of a weekly magazine should arrive within 4-6 weeks of your order. The first problem of a month-to-month journal should arrive inside 6-10 …

Lung Inflammation Smoking Cannabis vs. Cocaine vs. Tobacco

There is unequivocal evidence that regular cannabis smoking causes acute lung inflammation, but what are the long-term consequences?

“There is unequivocal evidence that habitual or regular marijuana smoking is not harmless and causes respiratory symptoms and airway inflammation.” As you can see below and at 0:24 in my video Effects of Smoking Marijuana on the Lungs, if you take biopsies from the airways of those who smoke “cocaine, cannabis, and/or tobacco,” compared to nonsmokers, there is significantly more damage in the lungs of people who smoke, whether cocaine, marijuana, or tobacco. What’s more, the levels of damage seemed comparable, especially between the marijuana smokers and tobacco smokers. This is remarkable since the tobacco smokers were smoking about a pack a day, whereas the marijuana smokers were only smoking about 20 joints a week, rather than 25 cigarettes a day, and those smoking cocaine were just doing a gram or

Does Switching from Cannabis Smoking to a Vaporizer Reduce Respiratory Symptoms?

Cannabis vapor has less tar, but may contain more ammonia. What happens to respiratory symptoms when regular users of joints, blunts, pipes, and bongs switch to a vaporizer?

There are many ways people inhale marijuana, but most smoke it in a bowl, pipe, joint, or bong. This is concerning, since, in many ways, smoke is smoke, and using “devices with water filters, like bongs and hookahs,” doesn’t help in terms of the tar exposure. As I discuss in my video Smoking Marijuana vs. Using a Cannabis Vaporizer, where there’s fire, there’s smoke, and where there’s smoke, there are inflammatory irritants. In fact, the “regular smoking of cannabis…is associated with significant airway inflammation that is similar in frequency, type, and magnitude to that observed in the lungs of tobacco [cigarette] smokers,” which can result in prolonged respiratory symptoms, such as chronic coughing, excess sputum production, wheezing, and shortness of breath,

EMF Sensitivity Put to the Test

There have been at least 46 studies involving more than a thousand people to see if those suffering from electrosensitivity are deluding themselves.

“During the past decade a wide range of symptoms has been reported to be triggered by exposure to RF-EMF,” the radiofrequency electromagnetic fields that emanate from cell phones during use, including headaches, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue. The news media has been promoting this as “a new medical condition, called electrosensitivity, or electromagnetic hypersensitivity.” These stories have been driven, in part, by “people who claim to have detected a clear link between their own poor health and exposure to a specific electrical device,” which “can have major implications for a person’s quality of life and is associated with decrements in general health status, increased levels of health service use, and impairments in occupational and social functioning.”

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How to Handle Raw Poultry

Poultry is the most common cause of serious food-poisoning outbreaks, followed by fish, then beef. But aren’t people more likely to order their burgers rarer than their chicken sandwiches? The primary location where outbreaks occur is the home, not restaurants.

In 2017, a study of more than a thousand food-poisoning outbreaks determined that poultry, specifically chicken, was the most common culprit, “highlight[ing] the role of poultry as a major source of foodborne outbreaks in the United States.” Fish was the second “most frequently reported food category,” and beef was third. But aren’t people more likely to order rare burgers than rare chicken sandwiches? Yes. The biggest problem with poultry isn’t “inadequate cooking,” but “food-handling errors,” both at home and in the grocery store.

As I discuss in my video How to Shop for, Handle, and Store Chicken, a “shop-along observational study was conducted to determine actual shopping, transportation, and

Paper-Filtered Coffee and Cholesterol | NutritionFacts.org

New data suggest even paper-filtered coffee may raise “bad” LDL cholesterol.

In my video from more than a decade ago called Is Coffee Bad for You?, I explained that the “cholesterol-raising factor from…coffee does not pass [through] a paper filter.” As I discuss in my recent video Does Coffee Affect Cholesterol?, if you give people French press coffee, which is filtered but without paper, their cholesterol starts swelling up within just two weeks, as you can see below and at 0:22 in the video. But, if you switch them to paper-filtered coffee, their cholesterol comes right back down. It’s the same amount of coffee, just prepared differently.

The cholesterol-raising factor from coffee beans has since been identified as the fatty substances in the oil within coffee beans. One reason it took us so long to figure that out is that they didn’t raise cholesterol in rats, hamsters,